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  1. Goltirisar

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    Ghostlight Deluxe, an imprint of Ghostlight Records, will release For Centennial Reasons: Year Salute to Nat King Cole – the new album from the John Pizzarelli Trio – in physical, digital and streaming formats on Friday, February 8.
  2. Moogugor

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    P.S. Mr. Cole, an album by John Pizzarelli on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Maurg

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    Listen free to John Pizzarelli – P.S. Mr. Cole (Walkin' My Baby Back Home, Candy and more). 18 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at quidwiddispinihungsofortwespasiteg.co
  4. Taujas

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    P.S. Mr. Cole, the follow-up to Dear Mr. Cole is as, pardon the expression, unforgettable as his first tribute to the grace and panache of Nat King Cole. Just as with his recent tribute to the Beatles, Pizzarelli is just fine on the soft, sparse ballads but saves his most interesting interpretations for swinging trio arrangements.9/
  5. Mikabar

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    Fans of John Pizzarelli appreciate his sense of the great American songbook. His voice isn't typical--it's certainly not Mel Torme or Frank Sinatra--but it's an earnest, winning voice. His guitar playing is exemplary. This CD is simply his trio: no additional voices, no /5(21).
  6. Tozahn

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    John Pizzarelli - P.S. Mr. Cole music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  7. Meztibar

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    Reasons completes an epic trio of Pizzarelli albums saluting Cole, starting with Dear Mr. Cole, which helped put Pizzarelli on the map as an influential jazz guitarist and singer in , and continuing with P.S. Mr. Cole, which cemented his legacy five years later. To pre-order the album, please.
  8. Yoran

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    May 28,  · For Nat King Cole's Centennial year, world-renowned guitarist John Pizzarelli wanted to create a record dedicated to his brilliance. To continue City Lights' centennial celebration of Nat King Cole, Lois Reitzes spoke with Pizzarelli about his latest album. Pizzarelli has recorded tributes to Duke Ellington, Antonio.

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